SKIP the Filter – Glass Cigarette Holder – Clear with Reducing Metalic Frit Detail

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STOMP the Stinky Fingers!

Replace that nasty metal roach clip with Happy Hollow Glass original “Finger Savers”!

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These babies were created after many summer tubing trips. We needed something to keep things dry from all those wet hands!

Original Happy Hollow Glass Finger Savers – they do so much more!

A Zero Waste – Happy Glass fan favorite! Skip the filters!

1. Filters:
Cigarette filters are specifically designed to absorb vapors and to accumulate particulate smoke components. Filters also prevent tobacco from entering a smoker’s mouth and provide a mouthpiece that will not collapse as the cigarette is smoked. Filters generally have the following components:

A “plug” of acetate cellulose filter tow
95% of cigarette filters are made of cellulose acetate (a plastic), and the balance are made from papers and rayon. The cellulose acetate tow fibers are thinner than sewing thread, white, and packed tightly together to create a filter; they can look like cotton. Other materials have been tried and rejected in favor of the taste that acetate produces. Filters vary in filtration efficiency, depending on whether the cigarette is to be “light” or regular.

Lear more – visit cigarette butt litter

  • Sample Photo

    Approx 2″ each

  • Easy to clean
  • Vegan friendly products!
  • Tapered to fit various sizes
  • All pieces are heavy walled glass pulled from 12mm borosilicate with random latticino details added.
Where there’s smoke there’s fire by Russell Patterson

“The holder was also used as a practical accessory, as before the advent of filtered cigarettes in the 1960s, the holder would encase a filter. Though modern cigarettes are generally manufactured with an existing filter, filtered cigarette holders are still used as a secondary filtration system, and to prevent nicotine staining of the fingers.[1]

A similar holder made of wood, meerschaum or bakelite and with an amber mouthpiece was used for cigars and was a popular accessory for men from the Edwardian period until the 1920s.


As with evening gloves, ladies’ cigarette holders are measured by four traditional formal standard lengths:

  • opera length, usually 16 to 20 inches/40 to 50 cm
  • theatre length, 10 to 14 inches/25 to 35 cm
  • dinner length, 4 to 6 inches/10 to 15 cm
  • cocktail length, which includes shorter holders[1]

Traditionally, men’s cigarette holders were no more than 4 inches long[2]” (Thank you wiki for this very useful info!)




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